Quiz4: Do you Really Know Your Bible


QUIZ 4

DO YOU REALLY KNOW YOUR BIBLE?

It is amazing that we sometimes overlook the plain statements of the Word of God. You overlook what the Bible is actually saying? Take this quiz to find out! Choose which answer is correct to complete the statement. Simply circle the letter of the correct answer. The answers can be found in the Scripture verses cited.

(1) Blessed are the pure in heart

a. for theirs is the kingdom of God.

b. for they shall see God.

c. for they shall receive mercy.

d. for they shall be called sons of God.

(Matthew 5:8)

(2) Blessed are those who have been persecuted for the sake of righteousness

a. for they shall receive the crown of life.

b. for they shall be comforted.

c. for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

d. for it is only just for God to repay with affliction those who afflict you.

(Matthew 5:10)

(3) When you give alms

a. sound a trumpet before you.

b. do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing.

c. do so to be honored by men.

d. give in the synagogues and on the street corners.

(Matthew 6:3)

(4) Seek first

a. what you shall eat and drink.

b. what you shall wear.

c. where you shall live.

d. God’s kingdom and His righteousness.

(Matthew 6:33)

(5) Come to Me

a. and you shall have treasures on earth.

b. and you shall receive the glory of men.

c. all who want peace, pleasure, and prosperity.

d. all who are weary and heavy-laden and I will give you rest.

(Matthew 11:28)

(6) Whoever divorces his wife, except for immorality, and marries another,

a. shall receive the blessings of God.

b. shall receive a second chance.

c. commits adultery.

d. may begin life anew.

(Matthew 19:9)

(7) Whoever wishes to become great among you

a. shall be your servant.

b. shall exalt himself and his house.

c. shall seek the riches of men.

d. shall exercise authority over others.

(Matthew 20:26)

(8) If your brother sins,

a. get even with him.

b. only tell God about him.

c. rebuke him.

d. try to forget it.

(Luke 17:3)

(9) Whoever humbles himself

a. shall receive the praise of men.

b. shall be lifted up on the earth.

c. shall receive the riches of the earth.

d. shall be exalted (by God).

(Matthew 23:12)

(10) If your enemy is hungry,

a. prevent food from reaching him.

b. starve him to death.

c. rejoice in his situation.

d. feed him.

(Romans 12:20)

(11) The kingdom of God

a. is righteousness and peace and joy.

b. is peace and prosperity and pleasure.

c. is laughter, being full, and doing little work.

d. is being loved by everyone.

(Romans 14:17)

(12) Present your bodies

a. as instruments of unrighteousness.

b. as slaves to impurity.

c. as a specimen of athletic perfection.

d. a living and holy sacrifice.

(Romans 12:1)

(13) There is therefore now no condemnation

a. for those who have their names on the church roll.

b. for those who are in Christ Jesus.

c. for those who do not condemn themselves.

d. for those who have a positive mental attitude.

(Romans 8:1)

(14) If you are living according to the flesh

a. you will never die.

b. you must die.

c. you will be taken home by God.

d. you will be given a second chance.

(Romans 8:13)

(15) The mind set on the Spirit

a. is a dull and boring existence.

b. allows one to live for fleshly appetites.

c. is hostile toward God.

d. is life and peace.

(Romans 8:6)

(16) The wisdom of this world

a. is the best policy.

b. is foolishness before God.

c. is the wisdom of God.

d. is the foundation of right decisions.

(1 Corinthians 3:20)

(17) Do you not know that the unrighteous

a. shall be proved right in the end.

b. shall finally enter the kingdom of God.

c. shall not inherit the kingdom of God.

d. shall receive the mercy of God.

(1 Corinthians 6:9)

(18) For to me to live

a. is a nice day.

b. is Christ.

c. is pleasure.

d. is personal fulfillment.

(Philippians 1:21)

(19) Set your mind on

a. the things above.

b. the things that are on earth.

c. the things that create happy thoughts.

d. the things that bring personal pleasure.

(Colossians 3:2)

(20) Man shall not live on bread alone

a. but on stimulating thoughts of the thinkers.

b. but on a variety of good foods.

c. but on pure water and fresh air.

d. but on every word of God.

(Matthew 4:4)

(21) Women must adorn themselves

a. with clothing that allows free circulation of air.

b. with expensive clothing and the latest fashions.

c. with proper clothing, modestly and discreetly.

d. with clothing that conforms to society’s standards.

(1 Timothy 2:9)

(22) The love of money

a. is a root of all sorts of evil.

b. is what makes life worthwhile.

c. is a chief pursuit of the good life.

d. is a root of all sorts of virtues.

(1 Timothy 6:10)

(23) Children,

a. do what comes naturally.

b. obey your parents in the Lord.

c. obey your parents even if they want you to sin.

d. disobey your parents if your peers demand it.

(Ephesians 6:1)

(24) Bad company

a. is needed for full personality development.

b. is the spice of life.

c. corrupts good morals.

d. adds interest and excitement to your life.

(1 Corinthians 15:33)

(25) Even so faith, if it has no works,

a. is justifying, being by itself.

b. is living, being by itself.

c. is dead, being by itself.

d. is saving, being by itself.

(James 2:17)

(26) Be faithful until death,

a. and you will have a wasted life.

b. and I will give you the crown of life.

c. and you will be very foolish.

d. and you will experience the second death.

(Revelation 2:10)

(27) The serpent of old who is called the devil and Satan

a. has a red suit, pitch fork, and a pointed tail.

b. has a throne in hell.

c. will one day have a home in heaven.

d. deceives the whole world.

(Revelation 12:9)

(28) If you love Me,

a. you will send money to your favorite televangelist.

b. you will be good to yourself.

c. you will keep My commandments.

d. you will pray five minutes each day.

(John 14:15)

(29) If anyone wishes to come after Me,

a. let him join the church of his choice.

b. let him give to his favorite charity.

c. let him confess to a priest at least once a year.

d. let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily.

(Luke 9:23)

 

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